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In memoriam: Don Ellis, a leader in saving Red Rock Canyon, White Acres

City: Artifacts from long-ago Glen Eyrie trash provide insight to Palmer era

City announces archaeological dig in Garden of Gods; public tours Nov. 17-20

WAAP replies on Pikes Peak Avenue closure, Midland Trail bridge underpass

Speed limit reduced from 40 to 35 from Lower Gold Camp to Highway 24

Reservations now required for Bancroft Park pavilion; vagrancy issue cited

West Veterans Day speaker urges service to 'those who can't give back'

Old Colorado City retail store/gallery ends 32-year run

With sale of 'welcome center' (and cabin too cold), OCCA's Santa on the move

Old Colorado City restaurant buys 'welcome center,' gears for expansion

11-year Holmes principal replaced mid-term by interim; no details given

New farm mural brightens up hallway outside Westside Center's preschool

Democrats elected in 2 state legislative districts that include Westside areas

Mostly bundled-up trick-or-treaters still flock to Old Town for Halloween

OCC business offers body-product glass refills to reduce use of plastic

$116K to charities west of I-25 in annual bequests from Osborne Trust Fund

Alumni alert: Holmes Middle School planning to celebrate 50th anniversary

Volksporting club organizes annual Old Town 'Christmas Walk' Dec. 1

Changes, impacts at Garden of Gods with shuttle, gates, trails, restrooms

No let up in construction as Gold Hill Mesa adds Houston-based homebuilder

Century-old family tie leading to revitalization of land off Walnut/Mesa

Westside Pioneer publishes print edition for November-December

With fall, 2018 roadwork on Westside is wrapping up... somewhat

COBWEB CORNERS: What happened to the city's Civil War memorial?

District 11 school-choice 'window' opens; also available to non-residents of D-11

GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources - speech): Medical insurance - how we got to this point, and what now?


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